In her show Rhyme, Women, and Song, which debuted in The Oak Room of New York City’s Algonquin Hotel, and in 2015 became a PBS TV special, KT Sullivan salutes the great female songwriters such as Peggy Lee, Dorothy Parker, Dorothy Fields, Betty Comden, Joni Mitchell and Carole King. The show features: “The Sunny Side of the Street,” “The Way You Look Tonight,” “Both Sides Now,” “Will You Love Me Tomorrow,” “The Party’s Over,” “What a Difference a Day Made” and “Good Morning Heartache”.




KT Sullivan just starred in a new PBS TV series “ 6th and Broadway” where she was presented as a "cabaret legend". She starred as Lorelei Lee on Broadway in the revival of Gentlemen Prefer Blondes and appeared as Suky Tawdry in Three Penny Opera with Sting. She headlined for decades in The Oak Room of The Algonquin Hotel, and has been showcased annually at Town Hall and Jazz at Lincoln Center. She was featured in "Broadway Today" at The Kennedy Center with Brian Stokes Mitchell and in Michael Feinstein's series at Carnegie Hall. She has performed at The Adelaide Festival, Chichester Festival, The Nouvelle Eve in Paris, and is a regular at London's Crazy Coqs in the heart of Piccadilly. KT was a featured singer on two tours of China with The Manhattan Symphonie and in 2012 was named artistic director of The Mabel Mercer Foundation, producers of the annual New York Cabaret Convention at Lincoln Center.